Raised by the Courts
- by Irene Sullivan
An outspoken advocate for reforming America's juvenile justice system, Judge Irene Sullivan delivers a thorough examination of the factors that cause youths to commit crimes. Her stories of children in court are followed by information on social services and other programs that are more effective and less costly than jailing juveniles.
In Our Backyard: Human trafficking in America and what we can do to stop it
- by Nita Belles
True stories about the lives of human trafficking victims, survivors and the traffickers themselves, with tips on how to identify them and combat the crime. As Central Oregon’s Regional Director for Oregonians Against Trafficking Humans (OATH), Nita helps victims/survivors of human trafficking and raises awareness about modern-day slavery. She is one of the country’s experts on this topic.